After having suffered a prolonged illness and hospitalised in Chennai’s Apollo Hospital, Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu J Jayalalitha has suffered a cardiac arrest as per statement released by the hospital. The illness of Jayalalitha had kept her hospitalised for more than 70 days during which, residents of the state irrespective of socio economic status had poured in wishes for her quick and healthy recovery.
At the moment her health is under constant monitor of experts of the highest levels. Eminent politicians and thinkers have expressed concern on the news of her sudden cardiac arrest on social media. Railway minister Suresh Prabhu was one of the first to react on twitter.
Wishing #jayalalithaa Hon CM of TN a speedy recovery, Let her be healthy soon
— Suresh Prabhu (@sureshpprabhu) December 4, 2016
Wishes have already started flooding the social media, specially twitter from all across the spectrum including the President of India Pranab Mukherjee.
Distressed to hear about CM Jayalalithaa suffering a cardiac arrest, my prayers for her speedy recovery #PresidentMukherjee
— President of India (@RashtrapatiBhvn) December 4, 2016
my humble request to the people of Tamil Nadu to keep calm…
please do not indulge in any self-destructive activities#jayalalithaa
— Dr. Gautam Panda (@Dr_GautamMKCG) December 4, 2016
May god bless #jayalalithaa ji & give her long & healthy life
— Sam (@SamWit_Wicky) December 4, 2016
TN Chief Minister #Jayalalithaa, has been hospitalized for 72days and we pray for her recovery !
— Shathish Krishnaraj (@shathishk6) December 4, 2016
Eminent thinker and political commentator Sudheendra Kulkarni also took to twitter to express his wishes to Jayalalitha for recovery.
I pray for #jayalalithaa‘s speedy recovery from the latest setback to her health condition. A fighter all her life, may she win this battle.
— Sudheendra Kulkarni (@SudheenKulkarni) December 4, 2016
I just hope that #jayalalithaa ‘s supporters don’t do anything crazy or hurt themselves. For the sake of Tamil Nadu may she recover soon.
— Akshata Shukla (@shukla_akshata) December 4, 2016
Where well wishers are pouring in wishes, concerns have also been raised for the people of Tamil Nadu to not get indulged in any self inflicting action.